Yoga Prana Vidya: Striving towards Bringing Greater Tranquility & Happiness into the Entire Humanity

  NJ Reddy,   Founder

NJ Reddy


Man has evolved to discover, develop, research, and disseminate natural medicine and healing practices by utilizing his immediate environment to combat life-threatening conditions and defeat diseases. In recent years, the use of integrated medicine and therapeutic healing to treat mild and severe illnesses has gained popularity due to its curative results. Thus, to bring tranquility and happiness to humanity, Yoga Prana Vidya (YPV) helps develop immunity, emotional balance, and a positive attitude toward life.

NJ Reddy founded YPV, and he naturally gravitates toward helping others. Before committing himself to YPV Energy Healing, he served the country for 21 years as a Wing Commander in the Indian Air Force and later taught at the Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology. He holds a bachelor's degree in electronics and communications from Osmania University, Hyderabad, and a master's in technology in Fiber optics from IIT Delhi. Throughout the 2020 pandemic, he conducted three live sessions on Facebook to help people cope with the global health crisis, which is continuing. His army of energy healers healed thousands of people suffering from COVID. To this day, he conducts a daily 15-minute Divine Group session on Facebook to help people become healthier.

"In the past 30 years, I have dedicated myself to helping humanity learn the forgotten art and science of integrated energy healing.
With this vision, I founded the Yoga Prana Vidya System in 2010. Since then, YPV has developed a team of 125 highly specialized healers, accompanied by 1500 dedicated healers and 150 trainers who can teach energy healing. Over 1 million people have benefited from applying YPV techniques in their lives", states NJ Reddy.

In 1994, after learning no-drug and no-touch energy healing, he began treating the ailments of those around him. For over a year, he healed others tirelessly and realized that his incurable migraine had disappeared by healing others' ailments. Through this, he encourages people to experience the benefits of energy healing & embrace a life of spirituality, self-development, and self-empowerment. Thus, this helps people improve the quality of their lives by aligning their mind body soul connection.

Over 1 million people have benefited from applying YPV techniques in their lives

Programs & Courses
YPV's core services include healing camps, where specialized certified healers address severe and chronic ailments. The institution also accepts patients, at least with minimum mobility, to be able to participate in the camps. In addition to this, the institution has 71 YPV centers across India and abroad where healing and training are provided. YPV is spreading awareness through its magazine Prana Pulse, and Youtube videos.

Nevertheless, in the last four years, Yoga Prana Vidya and its team of exceptional healers have published over 90 research papers in various scientific journals. The research papers show how energy healing helped people recover from various physical and psychological ailments. His earlier published 64 articles on Healing and Spirituality are consolidated into an eBook available at Amazon titled 'Discourses on the Spiritual Heritage of Mankind'. In June 2022, the founder launched 'Prana Pulse’ magazine to make energy healing and spirituality accessible to the public, while continuously conducting several courses to bring awareness to the wonders of energy healing.

Lastly, Certificate Courses in YPV are being conducted by Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga and further, the YPV organization plans to propagate Yoga Prana Vidya with their Certificate Courses in many institutions at reasonable rates to help humanity. NJ Reddy concludes, "YPV plans to spread awareness through the YPV Sadhana app to all institutions. In addition, we want to empower women to become healers and trainers so they can live a respectable life and earn an income, and we intend the Karnataka government to consider our proposal".